1730 to 1740

Woman's corset c. 1730–1740. Silk plain weave with supplementary weft-float patterning, stiffened with baleen. Los Angeles County Museum of Art

In the 1700s, corsets were still an essential woman's undergarment, and were still meant more for shaping a proper silhouette than for waist compression.

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